Nicole McKnight is the Canada PR Manager at Finder. Nicole completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts (English Literature) at McMaster University and holds a certification in Corporate Communications. You can contact her at email@example.com.
Latest articles by Nicole McKnight
30 articles written by this author
More than 13 million Canadians planned to buy or rent a new home in 2021. Topping wish lists are space, style, luxury and outdoor amenities.
Since July 2016, Canada has owed on average $2.8 billion per year in car loans, with lenders advancing $4.1 billion in July of 2020. Find out more about the state of car loans in Canada.
Economists forecast a rate hold on July 14 with the majority (74%) believe the rate will hold for just 12 - 18 months.
Economists forecast a rate hold on April 21 with the majority (88%) of our panellists predicting the rate will hold for two or fewer years.
In 2021, more than 3 million Canadians plan to stop using their financial advisor and three times as many Canadian millennials plan to stop working with one vs hiring one - wanting to save money on fees and have more control over their money.
Read Finder’s BoC Interest Rate Forecast Report for forecasts from some of Canada's brightest minds in economics and property as well as their thoughts on how recent rate hikes could affect Canada’s property market.
Canadians are splitting in record numbers under the stress of the pandemic. About 15% (or nearly 5 million) have split from their spouse or partner since the start of the pandemic. Find out who is finding themselves suddenly single across Canada.
Economists forecast a rate hold on March 10 with about half (52%) of our panellists predicting the rate will hold for two or more years.
About half of Canadians, or around 18 million, carry a balance on their credit card. 10.5 million of these Canadians are stressed about their pandemic debt. Find out who has the most debt stress and what they are willing to do about it.
One-third (31%) of economists predict that the rate will hold until 2024, according to Finder's January 2021 Bank of Canada Report.